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VISITOR FROM ARKANSAS MISSING ON ST. CROIX

Police on St. Croix are searching for a tourist who last spoke to his family on Aug. 12.
According to friends and family, Dr. David D. Voss, a chiropractor from Clarksville, Ark., arrived alone on St. Croix on Aug. 11 for a week-long scuba diving trip. After going diving at Cane Bay on Aug. 12, he spoke to his wife by phone, saying he would probably not call again unless it was an emergency and would see the family upon his return home Aug. 19.
Voss apparently rented scuba gear on Aug. 13 for the week and was scheduled to check out of the Carambola Beach Resort on Aug. 18. However, he never showed up in Arkansas.
When authorities searched his room at Carambola, they found his personal belongings; his car was parked on the premises. Police, the U.S. Coast Guard and divers searched the Cane Bay area for Voss over the weekend but found no trace of the father of two children.
Anyone with information should call the V.I. Police Department at 778-2211 or the following numbers in Arkansas: 501-754-7678, 501-754-2500, 501-754-1098, 501-754-3036 or 501-754-2200.

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